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As software giants battle for e-book dominance, limits on standards and hardware still slow adoption.
The world’s smallest bipolar transistor has been built with nanowires-but don’t dump your Intel stock yet.
ATM-like systems are still in their infancy, says Caltech/MIT study.
Web site settles patent disputes with public rewards.
Automated production of highly complex molecules could aid understanding of many major diseases.
Technique that flows nanowires neatly into complex arrays promises “bottom-up” nanoscale assembly.
Seth Shulman promotes remedies for the troubled marketplace of ideas.
Decoy compounds show promise for new drug therapy.
HP and NTT team up to bring URLs to everything around you.
Drug designers will soon be able to tailor medications to the patient’s unique genetic makeup, doing more good and less harm.